Indian Wedding Photographer Sydney | Professional Wedding Photographer |
We pride our work in photographing Traditional Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Srilankan Ceremonial Functions like Engagements, Weddings and Mehndi. Be it traditional Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Christian, Parsi or Buddhist weddings, we give our upmost attention to detail.
Bridal Photo-Shoot has to be one of our most favourite style. With proper styling and a lot of patients from the Bride, we can create from gorgeous artistic photos and take some candid photos documenting the precious moments before the wedding.
The ritual of the Groom showing the Bride the Twin Stars - Arundhati and Vashistha
A Hindu Marriage is called Vivah and the ceremony is called Vivah Samskara because in Vedic tradition it is an important turning point in the life of a household and in the destiny of the souls that depend upon the Vivah for their return to the earth.
Hindi Marriage rituals vary throughout India depending on the region and caste of the bride and the groom. Broadly, these rituals can be classified as pre-marriage, marriage and post-marriage rituals. Think of the actual wedding ceremony as if it were a romantic story, where the bride and the groom come to the Mandap, separately, as if unknown to each other. Then they fall in love and ask the parents' permission to get married. During the various rituals, the couple commits to remain faithful to each other and repeat the pledge in front of the Fire God, the Agni and all the witnesses. Then, they walk seven steps together committing to seven marriage vow…
Sheryl and Lucien got married at the Observatory Hill with a gorgeous backdrop of the Harbour Bridge. Their wedding reception took place at the gorgeous Wolfies Grill attended by close family and friends. Sydney put up a glorious sunny day for this event and all the arrangements by Wolfies ran like clock-work.
The shoot started from the hotel (close to The Rocks) where Sheryl was to get ready. We took a few Bridal style photos with Sheryl before we made our way to the venue for the ceremony.
Wedding ceremony took place in the rotunda which overlooks the Harbour Bridge and the legendary Oak tree of the Observatory Hill.
After post-wedding celebrations right under the Oak tree, the guests made their way to Wofies Grill on the Harbour while the newly-wed and the photographer's team went to The Rocks for some post-wedding photos.
The evening dinner at Wolfies was fun and entertaining with witty and emotional speeches and dances.
Rotunda at The Observatory Hill, overlooking the Harbou…